at odds with someone

at odds with (someone, something, or oneself)

1. In conflict with someone or something. They are at odds with each other over the best way to lead the committee. Our fact-checker found that the witness's story was completely at odds with what the reporter had written.
2. Displeased with or unsettled in one's life. In this usage, a reflexive pronoun is used after "with." Sally still seems at odds with herself, but I think she'll feel better once she starts school again.
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at odds with someone

COMMON If one person or group is at odds with another, they disagree about something. Their two sons were at odds with each other. Note: You can also say that two people or groups are at odds. The Education Secretary denied reports that he and the Chancellor had been at odds over university funding.
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Although you're at odds with someone about longterm arrangements, don't give anyone the power to make life decisions for you.
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As the Moon prepares to oppose your ruling planet you might find you're at odds with someone close or even with your own idea of how things should be going.
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Walter, an able actress in other roles, may be too straight to play Julie, and it's not helped by her pronouncing words like "cozier" with a Brooklyn accent at odds with someone who is supposed to be Broadway's reigning actress.
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You could easily find yourself at odds with someone who can influence your future.